A German politician has leaked information confirming that AC/DC will take to the stage at Munich’s Olympic Stadium next Summer, adding fresh hopes of a first AC/DC European Tour since 2016.
This would mark the band’s first European Show since June 2016, which also took place in Germany.
In the absence of lead vocalist Brian Johnson, the rockers were fronted by Guns N’Roses Axl Rose.
AC/DC have not toured their latest album, ‘Power Up’, which was released in 2020.
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Speaking to Munich’s public service radio and television broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk, Dieter Reiter revealed that the band will perform at the Olympiastadion on 12 June next year.
Appearing to let the cat out of the bag, Reiter said, “I didn’t know it was supposed to be a secret”.
Back in October, AC/DC performed their first live show in 7 years, at California’s Power Trip Festival at the Empire Polo Club, which also included a return to the line up for bassist Cliff Richards.
They had confirmed this line up a month earlier. More on this here.
The AC/DC line up also included, Brian Johnson, Angus Young, rhythm guitarist Stevie Young, alongside drummer Matt Laug.
They treated fans to a mix of classic rock hits including ‘If You Want Blood (You’ve Got It)’, ‘Thunderstruck’, ‘Highway To Hell’, ‘Have A Drink On Me’, and ‘Back In Black’.
They also debuted tunes ‘Shot In The Dark’, and ‘Demons Fire’ from their 2020 album, ‘Power Up’.
There is much more on this story from Nova here.